South Junction Apartments
South Junction is located in downtown’s South End, a vibrant and diverse neighborhood extending from the scenic South Bluffs community to South Main and beyond. With easy access to the Memphis riverfront, it’s a place where active people live, bike and play. Today, the area is enjoying a resurgence, with numerous warehouse conversions, new construction and public works projects under way. In 2015, Henry Turley Company and our partners announced a revitalization plan for the area around Central Station that includes a new cinema, the conversion of Central Station to a hotel, a redesign of the Farmer’s Market site and other civic improvements — all in South Junction’s neighborhood.
South Main Arts District
Extending from the iconic Orpheum Theater on Front Street to Central Station on South Main, the area is enlivened by artists and residents of the neighborhood’s reclaimed warehouses and historic buildings. The South Main Arts District is a hub of activity, with its galleries, restaurants, boutiques, bars and popular Trolley Nights. Find out more.
Memphis Farmer’s Market
Shop local. A few blocks from South Junction, the Memphis Farmer’s Market features local farmers and artisans on Saturdays during its season. The market is a major downtown attraction, featuring live music and weekly themed events and programs. Find out more.
In the heart of downtown Memphis with three blocks of nightclubs, restaurants and retail shops, the Beale Street entertainment district is a melting pot of Delta blues, jazz, rock ‘n roll, R&B and gospel. With cold beer and hot music, Beale Street is one of the coolest places in Memphis. Find out more.
Built in 1916 – 1917, the Harahan Bridge was the first span accross the Mississippi River supporting rail and car traffic. Connecting the South End of downtown to Arkansas, the bridge will be reopened for bicycle and pedestrian traffic as part of the Main-to-Main Connector project — creating a bikeway that will present spectacular views of Memphis and the Mississippi River. Find out more.
A public works project aimed at enhancing the connection between the north and south ends of the downtown core, the Main-to-Main Multi-Modal Connector Project includes major infrastructure repairs and improvements to Main Street — from the Uptown neighborhood to the Harahan Bridge. Now underway, the project includes the conversion of the existing roadways on the Harahan Bridge to a bicycle and pedestrian bridge. Find out more.